On 7 October 2020 our focus in The Sustainable Hour no 335 is on three candidates who have put themselves up to represent the citizens of Greater Geelong in the upcoming local government election.
At election time, there are so many scorecards and interest groups coming out to spoon-feed you and tell you who to vote for. The group of volunteers behind the Geelong Community Survey 2020 has produced a candidate survey, which they
On 30 September 2020 The Sustainable Hour hosts a panel of ‘Put Climate First’ candidates for Geelong and one from the Surf Coast Shire for the local government elections that are rapidly approaching via our postboxes.
The Sustainable Hour no 333 about Sustainable House Day, a ‘Put Climate First’ election campaign, The Change Agency and the school strike for climate on Friday.
11 points and 14 questions for Councils to reduce household gas demand
Words and ideas you can pick up, take inspiration from or copy/paste for your climate emergency election campaign.
Geelong Council’s new climate action plan and policy paper demonstrate a little progress has been made on climate change within the city hall chambers.
Citizens’ Climate Conventions – also known as citizens’ assemblies on climate – are emerging as the new norm for legitimate and quality decision-making in many democratic forums around the world. Is the climate movement paying attention?
Deepening democracy: Our guests in ‘The Tunnel’ today are Anna Langford from Friends of the Earth Melbourne and Sonia Randhawa from the Sortition Foundation and Coalition of Everyone.
Guest in our 22nd Regenerative Hour is Tom O’Connor, a former Geelong councillor, swimming coach and an active local community organiser, who lives in Drysdale on the Bellarine Peninsula. He will run for the Geelong Council election in August 2020.